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The Origins Of Labour Day In Canada

The origins of Labour Day in Canada can be traced back to April 15, 1872, when the Toronto Trades Assembly organized Canada’s first significant demonstration for worker’s rights. The aim of the demonstration was to release the 24 leaders of

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Ernest Hemingway Fans Take Note – A Unique Piece Of Toronto History Is For Sale

An apartment briefly occupied by Ernest Hemingway while he was living and working in Toronto is up for sale. It’s an interesting little piece of the past that many Torontonian’s don’t know about, says the listing agent, Andrew Harrild of

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Another Reason To Go To Toronto!!!

Everyone knows I love cats, even as a kid I loved them….both real and imaginary like Sylvester or Garfield. I would read Garfield comics til the cats, er cows came home 😉  I would laugh and laugh and to this

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Toronto’s Pearson Airport Just Hired 15 Therapy Dogs

Whether it’s long flight delays, getting pulled aside for random screening at security, or just thinking about to be thousands of feet up in the air, flying can be stressful. Toronto’s Pearson Airport has just hired 15 therapy dogs to

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Ottawa & Montreal Housing Market Heating Up!

Homebuyers in Toronto and Vancouver are no longer living in the country’s most competitive housing markets. According to a new analysis from real estate site Zoocasa, the home sales slump in those two cities has made them among the least

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Just Announced: Phil Collins To Tour Again In The Fall

Phil Collins has just announced his first major North American tour in 12 years. The tour, titled “Phil Collins Not Dead Yet, Live!” will be a limited engagement of 15 shows this October. Collins will be joined on tour by

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Breaking NEWS: Multiple Fatalities Reported After Pedestrians Struck By Van In Toronto

Updated: Nine people have been killed and 16 injured after a man drove a van into pedestrians in Toronto, police said. The incident occurred at Yonge Street and Finch Avenue at 13:30 local time on Monday afternoon. The crime scene encompassed

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24th Annual MOTH (Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto Hockey) Tournament

KidSport™ Ottawa will be hosting the 24th annual MOTH (Montreal, Ottawa Toronto, Hockey) tournament. Men’s and Women’s non-contact hockey tournament. Teams from Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto and the surrounding area are invited to join in the fun in support of KidSport™

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